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This Jewish Woman Should Have Been a Nazi Germany Gold Medalist

By On July 27, 2017

In 1936, Germany barred its own high jump champion from participating in the Olympics – even though she was on track to win gold. At a championship meet one month before the… Read More

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This 1936 Illustrated German Children’s Book Makes Anti-Semitism Look So Cute

By On May 17, 2016

How did Adolf Hitler’s anti-Semitic ideas transform from the ravings of an outsider to official policy? A recent exhibit at the New-York Historical Society,“Anti-Semitism 1919-1939,” asked this question, and a 1936 children’s book supposedly… Read More

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NYC’s Subway is Plastered With Nazi Insignia. WTF?

By On November 24, 2015

  Three questions: Do you live in New York City? Do you take the subway to work? Did you feel like you woke up in a fascist dystopia this morning? If you… Read More

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Exposing The Secrets Behind Nazi Propaganda Films

By On May 12, 2015

  Under the Third Reich, a staggering 1,200 feature films were produced by Joseph Goebbels’s Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda. Of those films, 44 are still banned from broadcast or public… Read More

When Donald Duck Was Captured by Nazis
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When Donald Duck Was Captured by Nazis

By On September 17, 2014

Poor Donald Duck. He was just trying to get some shut-eye when a marching band featuring some of our favorite Axis leaders—Goebbels, Himmler, Mussolini—prods him out of bed with a bayonet at… Read More

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Einstein’s ‘Jewish Science’

By On May 3, 2013

Is there such thing as a Jewish science? Philipp Lenard, one of Hitler’s most esteemed scientists, thought so. The Nobel Prize-winning physicist called German scientists disciplined and “truth-seeking,” whereas Jewish and other… Read More

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Every Story is a Nazi Story

By On June 12, 2012

Jud Suss was a Nazi propaganda film. By many historians’ and film critics’ measures, it was the most successful film of its kind. It tells a story about Joseph Suss Oppenheimer, who was an… Read More